I buy tapioca bread for making my sandwiches. It's best toasted and perfect for fried pepper sandwiches (fried bell peppers, tomato, lettuce, cheese, a bit of sliced ham, and a little mayo) and last night that is exactly what we had for supper. The slices are small and I was hungry, so I made two, although I normally make just one. Add an ear of fresh sweet corn and a glass of cold iced tea, and it all makes one fabulous gluten free meal.
I've not been diagnosed with a gluten intolerance, but find I am much more comfortable when eating gluten-free. Having a local grocery store that marks their labels with a gluten-free symbol is a great help too. So, here are a few recipes and products I've been enjoying lately.
I am a work in the hands of the Master Potter. I pray that His fingerprints are all over me as I walk through this life. This is my journey. Thank you, Jesus, for not giving up on me.
I am mom to seven beautiful grown ups and grandma to ten beautiful grandchildren.